Donate for clean water

And against microplastic pollution in our environment

Your donation helps to reduce plastic pollution of oceans and drinking water. Microplastics and pollutants such as PFAS - also known as Forever Chemicals - are an omnipresent threat to the health of all living things. Although their research is still in its infancy, they are already suspected of damaging entire ecosystems and promoting diseases such as cancer.

With your contribution, you are taking preventive action by enabling us to prevent unwanted inputs into the environment through education and awareness programs as well as research into new technologies.

By the way:

Donations are fully tax deductible. Up to the limit of 200 euros per year, the submission of the account statement to the tax office is sufficient (Section 50 (2) No. 2 letter b EStDV), from contributions over 200 euros per year, we are happy to issue a donation receipt. This will be sent to you in January of the following year. To receive a donation receipt, please include your address in the purpose.

For a direct bank transfer, please use our account information:

Name of the bank: Baden-Württembergische Bank
IBAN: DE 67 6005 0101 0405 3293 55
Account holder: Wasser 3.0 gemeinnützige GmbH

Stop Microplastics

Microplastics and micropollutants are so problematic because they are often too small to be effectively filtered out of wastewater. As a result, they enter the environment and are now almost everywhere, from Arctic sea ice to soil and air.

This is why basic research at the beginning of the problem - the entry of pollutants into water in private households and industry - is particularly important. As a non-profit limited company, we work on methods and processes that help industry and the wastewater sector to filter out pollutants and plastics before they are returned to the natural water cycle.

As a non-profit company, we use your donations to develop and publicize more efficient solutions against microplastics. The treatment of water is an important contribution that individual players can make to tackling the problem. After all, today's wastewater is tomorrow's drinking water.

More education for more clean water

Education is another important pillar for clean water in the future. That is why we are committed to education and information on water cycles and pollutants. Your donation will help.

In this way, we can reach people around the world with modern, virtual educational spaces and raise awareness of this problem. This results in more sustainable behavior, but also new ideas and innovations.

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Clean oceans and clean drinking water

Microplastics in the world's oceans are a recurring topic, as larger quantities of plastic also break down into microplastics in the oceans. These tiny particles end up back on our tables via the food chain through fish and shellfish.

Education and removal processes that reduce the input into the sea help to break this cycle. Groundwater or bank filtrate, which is extracted from drinking water, can also contain microplastics.

Education, awareness raising and responsible research are an important key to enabling a microplastic-free diet.

Support our way to achieve clean water for all!

More news in our blog

8. April 2024

Our blog about water without microplastics

We want to stop the uncontrolled pollution of our water with microplastics and micropollutants. In our blog posts, we describe step by step why it is high time to do so and how we want to achieve this. We focus on current information and always keep an eye on the latest opinions and curiosities.
1. April 2024

Sustainable education and knowledge transfer

On the trail of the WHY.... The world is becoming ever more dynamic. The role and function of education and training (school, work, everyday life) is becoming increasingly important. The aim is to offer complexity-reducing transfer tasks and provide assistance in order to be able to argue and act on the basis of facts in the search for answers to pressing questions. This is all quite complex and requires some optimization and adaptation. A look behind the scenes of WASoMI.
22. March 2024

World Water day 2024 in the plastic age

We've all heard of the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age. But what era are we actually living in today? Perhaps most likely the "plastic age", also known as the Anthropocene ("determined by man"). The age of the disposable society began with the introduction of polymers and plastics into everyday life. And with it came the great promise that cheap plastic products would eliminate the need for laborious cleaning and repairs as well as numerous costs, such as those for transport. And so it was, but unfortunately for far too long people forgot to consider what happens at the end of a product (disposal) or to produce, process, use, and recycle products in a circular manner and beyond internal processes.